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Discussions Discussion Introduction to Visual Thinking
Mauro De Giorgi, March 22, 2012

I stumbled upon this beautiful sculptures made using an extrusion process and then printed in 3D, really impressive!

http://www.edwardjohnston.co/Edward_Johnston/Digital_Art.html
Mauro De Giorgi
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Discussions Discussion Pop Art
Cylvia Cho, Oct. 15, 2011

I just discovered the work of Randy Regier (http://www.randyregier.com/), who reimagines toys as works of Americana.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/regierart/3044063781/
Cylvia Cho
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Discussions Discussion Pop Art
Bert Breton, May 12, 2011

Robert Indiana, one of the great and most anonymous of pop artists. His art often consists of bold, simple, iconic images, especially numbers and short words like EAT, HUG, and LOVE.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aktaH-ZO-VY
Bert Breton
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  • Marco Masoni Marco Masoni May 12, 2011
    Very cool. I always wondered who was responsible for that “LOVE” sculpture.
  • Kim Hsu Kim Hsu May 17, 2011
    I've always LOVED this piece, but i didn't even know it was a sculpture. I assumed it was a painting. I wonder why Robert Indiana isn't mentioned more in relationship with his world renowned work of art?

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Discussions Discussion Pop Art
Amy Sutherland, April 15, 2011

Marcel Duchamp’s art inspired the birth of pop art. Here’s an amazing documentary on his life and work

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fvj--JCUAXU
Amy Sutherland
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  • Tom S Tom S April 15, 2011
    This is chill.

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Discussions Discussion Pop Art
Bert Breton, March 20, 2011

Sam Green, who died on March 4 aged 70, was a leading light in the promotion of American pop art — particularly the work of Andy Warhol: Green became director of the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia in 1965, when he was only 25, and he took Warhol with him, the two men making their museum debuts together; it was Warhol’s first retrospective. Green chose Warhol’s S&H Green Stamps as the 40x40cm invitations he sent out for the preview – and for the design of the silk tie that he wore under his white Gucci evening suit. For a space that held 300, he invited 6,000…

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/culture-obituaries/art-obituaries/8391579/Sam-Green.html
Bert Breton
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Discussions Discussion Inspirational Things
Emily Nelsen, Feb. 24, 2011

Very inspirational!

http://24flinching.com/word/featured/drowning-beautiful/
Emily Nelsen
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